Godfredo Pacheco was born on October 18, 1919 in Madrid,
Madrid, Spain. One of the unheralded
cinematographers of the Golden Age of Spanish cinema Pacheco has worked
as a cameraman and cinematographer on more than 60 films from a still
photographer on 1949’s “Paz” to cinematographer on “Los fantasmas del taller
(Porcelanas de hoy)” in 1979. For “Dulcinea” he won a best cinematography award
and has worked in such genres as Horroe, Crime, Action and has two
Euro-westerns to his credit: “Chino” and “Those Dirty Dogs” (both 1973).
Godofredo was the brother of cinematographer Rafael
Pacheco [1921- ]. He died on May 3, 1974 in Madrid, Spain.
Today we remember Godofredo Pacheco on what would have
been his 95th
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